Adapt block Module 1,01,02 Block 1001 adapts previous Module 1,01,02 Block 125 S3 (1.0)
This message tells you that an adapted specification gets its value from an adapt block with a higher block number.
In the case of redundant modules, there can be a significant error if the adapted specification does not have any value until the subsequent block is calculated. This is the primary reason for this message.
If the module processes blocks in block number order, the minor problem can be that the value of the specification is used before a new value is calculated, which means there is a lag in responding to a change.
Sometimes this message can be ignored, because there are ways of making the block processing not follow block numbers.
The initial value of the adapted specification is reported. If it is not 0.0, it means that a value has been deliberately set as a starting one. "value unavailable" means that the adapted block does not exist.
Adapt block Module 11,01,31 Block 21321 adapts previous Module 11,01,31 Block 21309 S7 (1.11) Adapt block Module 15,57,03 Block 25437 adapts previous Module 15,57,03 Block 21994 S3 (value unavailable)
This message shows a potential error in the system configuration, although most such errors prove to be harmless. It should be reviewed and hidden, unless it shows an issue that should be addressed.
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